Day: April 17, 2021

15 Bar Food Recipes Made Vegan!

Missing going out to the bar? You can try to recreate the experience at home. Grab your favorite beverage, dim the lights, and put on good music (and maybe a little background noise from YouTube!) But, don’t settle for just a boring bowl of peanuts or store-bought chips! Bar food is a must! We’ve got you covered with these delicious vegan bar food recipes.

We also highly recommend downloading the Food Monster App  — with over 15,000 delicious recipes it is the largest plant-based recipe resource to help you get healthy! 

1. Buffalo Seitan ‘Wings’

vegan seitan buffalo wings

Source: Buffalo Seitan ‘Wings’

You can’t have a party without vegan buffalo wings! These seitan wings are perfectly spicy and sure to be the star of the show. Cauliflower wings are fun, but these vegan buffalo wings are made from seitan, which gives them a meaty texture. Frying them gives the wings a beautifully crispy

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Food Network star’s popcorn salad recipe sparks outrage from internet

Mayo and popcorn: two ingredients you might enjoy separately but never thought to combine … until now.

Food Network star Molly Yeh says that, together, they make the perfect salad.

This weekend, after Twitter user @AudVisuals tweeted a video clip in which Yeh makes her “Crunchy Snap Pea Popcorn Salad” in an episode of her show “Girl Meets Farm,” the internet lost its mind over the dish, which includes a mix of popcorn, mayonnaise, sour cream and vegetables.

In the video, Yeh describes her recipe as a “riff on an iconic Midwestern dish,” and claims it is “so Midwestern, so quirky and so delicious.”

Social media users were left confused and outraged by the clip.

Social media users were left confused and outraged by the clip.
Social media users were left confused and outraged by the clip. Credit: 7news

“What in the wide, wide world of white girl cooking is popcorn salad?” on person asked.

“I believe in the

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Joy Bauer keeps lunch light with 2 Caesar wrap recipes

We’re welcoming the weekend with two simple and scrumptious meals: a classic Chicken Caesar Wrap and a Caprese Caesar Wrap. Both superstars feature my lightened-up, creamy, dreamy Caesar dressing that contains a surprising ingredient … avocado. It’s so luxurious and versatile, plus it’s light in calories and made with wholesome ingredients. Now, that’s a wrap!

Joy Bauer

This wrap has it all — the perfect ratio of creaminess, crunchiness and cheesiness. It’s full of protein and fiber and comes in a tasty, tightly wrapped tortilla. A few prep pointers: You can use store-bought or leftover chicken, swap in any preferred lettuce and select a tortilla that suits your eating style (whole-wheat, low-carb, gluten-free, etc.). The avocado Caesar dressing is key — an easy, toss-in-the-blender situation — and you can stash leftovers in the fridge for a few days. It’s easy to get wrapped up in this scrumptious sammie.

Get the

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